The broadcast platform for the weekly ROH show was confirmed.
Since it was confirmed that Tony Khan had acquired Ring Of Honor in March of this year, the status of the promotion’s weekly shows has been entirely unknown. Since then, ROH has celebrated paying to watch Supercard Of Honor, Death Before Dishonor, and most recently, Final Battle. Just after this PPV, the platform where the company’s weekly shows will be broadcast, has been revealed.
As revealed by Tony Khan at the post-Final Battle Media Scrum, Ring Of Honor’s weekly show will air on the HonorClub platform. At the same time, future pay-per-views will remain on WarnerMedia Discovery on Bleacher Report. In addition, the AEW president indicated that he expects NJPW to be involved in the company’s weekly show and will give more details after next year’s Wrestle Kingdom.
The HonorClub service is to Ring Of Honor what the Network is to WWE. Through this platform, which costs nine dollars a month, you can view the vast majority of ROH shows from 2002 to the present, and starting next year; you will have the new weekly programs of the promotion.